Ten men, ten magnificent memories

The highlights of India’s journey to 500 Tests, narrated by those who made it all happen

Ravi and Mani: Tied together in a moment in history

We wouldn’t be talking about it if we had won or lost, says Shastri; what do you say – destiny, asks Maninder

Afghan mavericks put smiles on faces

There are few things more enjoyable than watching a young cricket nation find its feet on the world stage

Fascinating sub-plots await Gambhir return

The experienced opener is in a win-win or a no-win situation, depending on how you look at it

Sehwag was a genius who changed Indian cricket: Kapil Dev

Former India captain picks his favourites – Test wins, batsmen and performances – and looks back on his special 432nd

West Indies cricket still being run by stupid people: Stephenson

Accidental pioneer of slower ball reflects on ‘rebel’ tour of South Africa, and a career unfulfilled

Want to put up 400-plus
“Want to put up 400-plus”

Virat Kohli: Added an offspinner (Jayant Yadav) because they have five left-handers

Gambhir has done well
"Gambhir has done well"

Anil Kumble: There is absolutely no pressure on Pujara; Rohit batting well certainly augurs well for us”

Regina v Cairns: The road to hell – paved with scorched reputations

After a bruising saga that stretched back to January 2010, even the victor felt slightly defeated

When Wisden ignored the Olympics

Sydney Pardon, the Almanack’s editor at the time, didn't mention cricket’s first and only appearance at the Games in 1900, and for good reasons